IRE Commons: Building a CAR community that never stops learning
Opportunities to learn and teach computational journalism shouldn't be limited to college J-school courses. An emerging project called Computer-Assisted Reporting Study Hall intends to be a place where students and working journalists alike can work together to build their skills across newsrooms and platforms. Join WRAL reporter Tyler Dukes to brainstorm what this fledgling community should offer, how it can be a valuable resource for reporters and where it should go next.
Tyler Dukes (@mtdukes) is an investigative reporter at WRAL News in Raleigh, N.C., where he specializes in data and public records. In 2017, he completed a fellowship at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard University and currently teaches at Duke University's DeWitt Wallace Center for Media & Democracy. Prior to joining WRAL, he worked as managing editor for Duke University’s Reporters’ Lab, a project to reduce the costs of investigative journalism.
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